"Interviews with Dancers" by Patty Rose
This is our First Week of posting Interviews with Dancers! I interviewed Talia Castro-Pozo, an exquisite dancer, instructor, performer and competitor.
Stay tuned for upcoming posts of Talia's performance dates!
Contact Information:Web: www.Steppingoutstudios.com
Email: . . . → Read More: Talia Castro-Pozo
Do you have tight calves?
As dancers, we spend a lot of time “on our toes”. Many dancers have tight calves despite all the counter stretching that they may do.
It’s no wonder. In addition to dancing, the two major calf muscles are used . . . → Read More: Releve, Releve, Releve and Hold…
My friend, Geralyn Coopersmith, is the author of a critically acclaimed new book, Fit and Female . I read this book cover to cover and continue to use it as a resource, in other words, I highly recommend it. Recently, Geralyn asked me to answer a fitness related question that she received from a . . . → Read More: Does a Dance Instructor need to workout?
Hi There:I wanted to share with you a great dance blog that I think you'll find interesting: Doug Fox's Great Dance Blog.
It shares information on dance in relation to technology, internet and new trends and much more!Be sure to stop by and view the many informative, very "today" blogs Doug has posted.
For starters:Here's . . . → Read More: Check out this Dance Blog!
…which one should you do?
As a certified personal trainer working for gyms like Equinox Fitness Clubs, I can tell you that in a gym, anywhere you turn you are likely to see members and /or trainers doing squats. I do them myself as well as with many of my clients.
Why is this . . . → Read More: The Squat vs the Plie…